Dr. Abdullateef Isiaka ALAGBONSI is the Founder, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and the Coordinator of ENetSuD.
He attended Munirat Nursery and Primary School, Karuma LGEA Primary School, and Mount Carmel College Ilorin for his Primary and Secondary educations. He then proceeded to the better-by-far University of Ilorin where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology in 2007. He also studied Health Services Administration in the Chartered Institute of Local Government and Public Administration of Nigeria (CILGPAN) and became an Associate of the Institute in 2009. He obtained his Master of Science degree in Physiology from the prestigious University of Ibadan in 2011. He attained the peak of his training as a Physiologist in 2016 when he obtained his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from the better-by-far University of Ilorin.
He has working experiences with several organisations in different capacities, including the CrystaLife Assurance (Financial Planner), United Bank for Africa Metropolitan Life Assurance (Financial Adviser), Kwara State Local Government Service Commission (Administrative Officer), Ayodele Medical Centre Ilorin (Hospital Manager), Kogi State University Anyigba (Physiology Lecturer), National Health Insurance Scheme (Standards and Quality Assurance Officer), University of Gitwe in Rwanda (Physiology Lecturer), Kampala International University in Uganda (Physiology Lecturer), and University of Rwanda (Physiology Lecturer).
He is a Medical Science Researcher with specialty in Reproductive Endocrinology. He had authored over 40 scholarly scientific publications in peer-reviewed Journals (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Abdullateef_Alagbonsi?ev=prf_highl). He had presented papers in various National and International scientific conferences and received awards. He is a member of some reputable learned scientific societies including the African Association of Physiological Sciences (AAPS), Physiological Society of Nigeria (PSN), and Nigerian Society of Experimental Biology (NISEB), College of Nursing and Midwifery Sciences Sokoto (Physiology Lecturer).